On Saturday, Danielle Solberg and her grandmother Barb, volunteered to do some pack observations to help interpret the current pack dynamics of the Exhibit Pack. These type of observations are valuable, as they help give a perspective that doesn't involve wolf care in the enclosure. Danielle did an excellent job taking notes and observed Grizzer still being aloof and spending time alone in the woods, but interacting with all pack members as the feeding approached. Grizzer does have a bad habit of getting excited prior to the feeding, biting on the chain at the gate and digging or rolling rocks in anticipation of the feeding. In an effort to learn more about the pack dynamics (post Shadow retirement), we are resurrecting a program called Wolf Watch, which occurs on the first Thursday of every month. Check out the Programs tab on the wolf center home page, Wolf Watch programs are posted under the Seminar tab.

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